One Hundred Great Monologs

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Meriwether Pub., 2005 - Performing Arts - 213 pages
This collection of performance scripts runs the entire gamut of teenage joys, insecurities and tragic difficulties. They challenge both the performer and the audience with situations that require thinking to resolve. They are superb for classroom use, contest competitions, discussion-starters or audition scripts. The book is divided into three sections: TRIOLOGUES -- separate monologues for three performers speaking viewpoints on a single theme; DUOLOGUES -- monologues for two performers on a theme; MONOLOGUES -- one-person commentaries on a wide variety of subjects, happy and sad. All of the monologues are non-theatrical in style -- they speak as teenagers live and move.

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Triologs Its All in How You See It
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Rebecca Young is a Meriwether Publishing author.

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